Date Night Eye Makeup Tutorial by TOM FORD Beauty | Neiman Marcus

[MUSIC PLAYING] Hi, I’m Philippe Chansel. Today, I’m going to
show you date night eye. The first thing we’re going to want to
do is get the eyebrow structure here. It’s part of face structure. It’s part of basically the
architecture of the face, so it’s a very important step. A great little trick to
know, if you’re not sure where to start to shape the eyebrow
or where the eyebrow should end, you take the brow sword, you go
straight up the side of your nose. You can make a little
dot there if you want. When you’re looking
straight in the mirror, look at the outside line of your
iris, and that will be your high point where the eyebrow arches. And if you follow from
underneath your lower lashes, just take the brown
sculptor and go straight up, following that natural line, and
that’s where your brow should end. When you start, just
take your brow sculptor and then blend it along the
top edge, because that’s where you’re going to
get the cleanest line, and it’s where it’s going to give
you the actual shape of the brow. Then what I’ll do is I’ll bring
it backwards through the hair, and that helps to get the pigment
on the underside of the hair. Comb it through, and it
looks very, very natural. So now we’re going to
start with eye shadow now that we have our beautiful
frame in for the eyes. So using actually our
concealer brush, I just bring it along the whole entire lid,
right up until where I feel the crease, and that’s my guideline. So you follow that all
the way to the outer edge. Blend it in, and then I soften the
edge with the softer dry brush. And that will immediately
blend it out for you, and it doesn’t give you a
hard edge on eye shadow. So taking the same shadow and the same
brush, I go underneath the lower lashes until I hit the brow bone. When you feel the brow bone with
the brush, just push upwards on it, and that will give you the
perfect outer edge for your eye. A lot of women think that they
need to use two or three eye shadows to get dimension on the eye. The advantage of a
cream shadow is that it blends very easily, it’s got a metallic
finish so it gives more dimension to the eye and it reflects light. Next, I’m going to line
the eye with pencil. This is a soft coal-type pencil,
so it blends very, very easily. All I’m doing is actually tracing
right at the very edge of the lashes. At the outer corner, I actually
make a few strokes with the pencil. And then using a small brush, I
actually blend it into the eye shadow, and the two blend together. But it gives me a little more
depth on the outer corner. Also with the pencil, I just brush it
through the lower lashes underneath, and that way it helps to
define the underneath part. And then the finishing touch
obviously is always mascara. So I always like to start
mascara with bottom lashes first, because that way I’m not
going to get mascara on the top lids if the top lashes are wet. Now, when I do top lashes, I start
with a coat on the underside. But another trick you can do is actually
bring it down on top of your lashes, and that way you coat
your lashes on both sides, and you get more coverage that way. So now that I have a nice beautiful
full lash using the Extreme Mascara, a trick I like to do,
I go with a very quick coat with Ultra Length mascara. It’s a finer brush, and I can get
right to the root of the lashes. And it just gives it
that little extra length on the lash that gives
it that extra boost. So you see how easy that was– one
shadow, one pencil, and mascara, and you have a beautiful smoky,
sexy eye ready for date night. [MUSIC PLAYING]


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